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  • Performer: BT
  • Title: This Binary Universe
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: Russia
  • Formats: MP2 WAV MPC ASF MP4 VQF MP1
  • Released: 2006
  • Style: Glitch, Abstract, IDM, Downtempo, Ambient
  • MP3 album: 1514 mb
  • FLAC album: 1788 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 113
BT - This Binary Universe download album

This Binary Universe is the fifth studio album by the composer and electronica artist BT. It was released on August 29, 2006. The album was a significant about-face for Transeau, largely abandoning the progressive trance music he was known for, in favor of ambient soundscapes, live orchestration and glitch music.

Опубликовано: 12 мая 2018 г. BT ‎– This Binary Universe (full album) 2006. All That Makes Us Human Continues - 00:00:00 Dynamic Symmetry - 00:08:11 The Internal Locus - 00:19:24 . 18 - 00:29:47 See You On The Other Side - 00:41:16 The Anhtkythera Mechanism - 00:55:35 Good Morning Kaia - 01:05:37. I do not own or claim the rights to this music.

BT - This Binary Universe is a phenomenal example of what is sometimes called IDM, but which I like to call "Symphonic" Electronic. It illustrates the reasons why people who criticize this type of work are so misguided. This album was composed & produced solely in . surround sound, the general release is accompanied by a DVD featuring all the compositions of the album in DTS . surround sound and features short animated films by well distinguished artists. This Binary Universe has all the BT trademarks such as the BT stutter and is very well produced, even if he did use the odd children's toy to generate random sounds

BT - This Binary Universe is a phenomenal example of what is sometimes called IDM, but which I like to call "Symphonic" Electronic. BT has produced an album which, in its very structure and composition, demonstrates what can elevate Electronic music above music made using traditional instruments and formulas.

BT (Album - This Binary Universe) All That Makes Us Human Continues.

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BT's This Binary Universe is really a follow-up to his 2004 soundtrack to Monster, a brilliant work of cinematic moods and ambient Americana. It was unjustly ignored by both the Oscars and the Grammys, where it should have at least been nominated for Best Surround Sound Recording. None of that has stopped Brian Transeau from going further down this path of expansive ambient electronica that takes him out of the techno-pop and trance direction he had been pursuing. Given the images I had constructed in my head at that point, the animations on the DVD did not disappoint. So, listen and let the sounds surround you, captivate you, and motivate you to create your own movie in your head.

Tracklist Hide Credits

CD-01 All That Makes Us Human Continues 8:15
CD-02 Dynamic Symmetry 11:23
CD-03 The Internal Locus 10:27
CD-04 1.618 11:34
CD-05 See You On The Other Side 14:23
CD-06 The Antikythera Mechanism 10:06
CD-07 Good Morning Kaia 8:11
DVD-01 All That Makes Us Human Continues (Video)
Video Editor, Animation – Mondi
8:15
DVD-02 Dynamic Symmetry (Video)
Artwork – Jeff NentrupVideo Editor, Animation – Gabe WatkinsVideo Editor, Animation [Additional] – Scott Pagano
11:23
DVD-03 The Internal Locus (Video)
Artwork – Adam Doyle Video Editor, Animation – Scott Pagano
10:27
DVD-04 1.618 (Video)
Video Editor, Cinematographer, Animation – Scott Pagano
11:34
DVD-05 See You On The Other Side (Video)
Video Editor, Animation – Dose Productions
14:23
DVD-06 The Antikythera Mechanism (Video)
Video Editor, Cinematographer, Animation – Scott Pagano
10:06
DVD-07 Good Morning Kaia (Video)
Film Director [Directed By] – BTVideo Editor – Jonathan Silver, Kevin McCulloughVideo Editor [Additional] – Chris McKinleyVideo Editor, Animation [Additional], Typography – Scott Pagano
8:11

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – The Lodge, New York
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Binary Acoustics, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Binary Acoustics, Inc.
  • Licensed To – DTS, Inc.

Credits

  • Animation [Dvd Menu Animation] – Scott Pagano
  • Artwork [Dvd Menu], Design [Packaging Design], Art Direction – Gavin Taylor
  • Booking [Outside US] – James Mac
  • Booking [US] – Phil Egenthal
  • Electronics [Menu Sound Design And Effects] – BT (tracks: DVD-01 to DVD-07), Brian Trifon (tracks: DVD-01 to DVD-07)
  • Executive-Producer – Fred Maher, Jake Ramirez, Molly Kronberg
  • Film Producer – Ron Martino (tracks: DVD-01 to DVD-07)
  • Guitar [Additional], Programmed By – Brian Trifon
  • Legal [Legal Representation] – Kurosh Nasseri
  • Management [Business] – David Weise
  • Mastered By – Emily Lazar, Sarah Register
  • Producer, Mixed By, Recorded By – BT
  • Programmed [Additional] By – Mike Dimattia

Notes

℗ © 2006 Binary Acoustics, Inc.
Produced by DTS, Inc. under exclusive license.

Sleeve Notes:
"For Tootsie. This body of music is dedicated to my greatest teacher, and closest companion. Tootsie you are deeply missed until we meet again."

On the back of the CD and in the album booklet, track six is incorrectly titled "The Anhtkythera Mechanism". This was corrected in the later press.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 692860114029

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1140 BT This Binary Universe ‎(CD, Unofficial) DTS Entertainment 1140 Russia Unknown
1140 BT This Binary Universe ‎(CD, Album + DVD, NTSC) DTS Entertainment 1140 US 2006
2220421 BT This Binary Universe ‎(CD, Album + DVD, NTSC) Mucha Mas Música 2220421 Mexico 2007
VIZP-48 BT This Binary Universe ‎(CD, Album + DVD, NTSC) Victor VIZP-48 Japan 2007
CSR CD 5388 BT This Binary Universe ‎(CD, Album + DVD, NTSC) Central Station CSR CD 5388 Australia 2007



Reviews about BT - This Binary Universe (10):
Goltikree
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Jusari
Don't think he has done anything quite as good to date. This this modern electronica that is all over the place from start to end. Worth getting and playing again and again.
Goldcrusher
Listen to the 24bit 48 hz PCM track on the DVD (with appropriate software) and this really opens up. Its louder, badder and has lots of more space (you can really hear all that expensive reverb processing). This is an under appreciated album that will be re-discovered in the future.
Pameala
BT - This Binary Universe is a phenomenal example of what is sometimes called IDM, but which I like to call "Symphonic" Electronic. It illustrates the reasons why people who criticize this type of work are so misguided. The quality of the composition far exceeds the capacities of more popular "artists", whose mainstream (corporate-supported) work is grounded firmly within their particular allocated genres (i.e., Pop, R&B, Neo-Soul, or the one super-genre that aims to suck the meat off all others in order to leech as much cash from the masses as it can before the great transient implosion occurs and the elite migrate to the Moon or Mars!). Sorry, back to the matter at hand...BT has produced an album which, in its very structure and composition, demonstrates what can elevate Electronic music above music made using traditional instruments and formulas. Take the final track where he incorporates Classical instrumentation initially in the mix, before running the sounds through an effect which retains the musical framework, but utterly transforms the feel, the texture, the size, even - in some fashion - the genetic basis of the sound. It's an astonishing work. Jon Hopkins used similar techniques on 'Insides' - as I'm sure many artists who work within Electronic music have done in the past and continue to do now; Peter Gabriel was in the vanguard when he introduced a similar concept in his work 'Passion', except with World Music and its instrumental set. I imagine the arguments against Electronic music arise from those who assume a lack of respect for the history and the skills fundamental to the use of handheld wind and strings. Let's be clear, traditional instrumentation is vital. We would be nowhere without it. But there are inherent limitations to them. Electronic music is the entire universe contained on the head of a pin. The possibilities are infinite.
Gaudiker
This the best album of BT's career. This is a musical journey that demonstrates that electronic music is more than simply a dance genre. BT had long been dabbling with rather cliche vocal trance and this album marked a very welcome detour from a style that lacked innovation. Less than a month after the album came out I knew it was going to be a classic, and it surely is.
Dranar
This is a modern electronic (and what not!) music masterpiece, what else can I say. I'm proud that I touched BT's genius. Remember this name, people.
Jelar
well its the 1st time i write something here...One of the best things i ever heard. Everyone should hear this album.
Todal
BT is the artist name of Brian Wayne Transeau, one of the most influential electronic musicians in the 90's. A man who almost single-handedly defined epic trance together with Sasha in the beginning of the 90's stood in the middle of 00's with a big dilemma. He had a choice to release another crowd pleasing pop candy album like his previous "Emotional Technology" album or to continue exploring the uncharted water and to experiment with his amazing technological and musical skills. Something that he started not long ago with highly acclaimed soundtrack for the movie "Monster". Lucky for us and probably for him too, he decided to experiment. This is BT's 5th studio album and once again after many years he starts something totally different and dare i say the G word, groundbreaking. What we have here is 7 tracks on the Audio CD and 7 tracks on the DVD that contain some of the most mindboggling sonic experiments that interlace with complex musical structures. Some of it may sound very weird for somebody who is used to the western 4/4 time signature, but i assure you that in the end it worths the effort. It wil be highly unjust and perhaps even boring to review the tracks one by one because the tracks themselves are built from little tracks and some tracks have the same theme but with different variation. This whole album is a journey, a journey by a classically trained musician that utilizes the modern technologies and plays with them with the joy of a little kid that got a new toy. Some parts are very minimal and might challenge your patience, some parts are too maximal and might force you to lower the volume. The CD was mixed on 5.1 setup and the original mix can be heard if you play the DVD version on a DTS compatible system. The DVD contains the videos for all the tracks and although they can be skipped some of them are really good and worth checking. The CD is mixed in Stereo and is compatible with the regular Audio systems. I can easily write thousands of words on that album but it won't matter a bit. My only problem with this release is the fact that the tracks are not mixed continously. But that's really negligible.
Rasmus
What an album, BT's fifth studio album and it's absolutely amazing I can't really say much more about it other than just go out and buy a copy for yourself. BT has found a new tool to further himself in the world of electronica, recording & mixing in 5.1 surround sound. After finishing the score for the film Monster which was his first outing in 5.1 surround field he later said he would never go back to recording & mixing in stereo and who can blame him. This album was composed & produced solely in 5.1 surround sound, the general release is accompanied by a DVD featuring all the compositions of the album in DTS 5.1 surround sound and features short animated films by well distinguished artists. This Binary Universe has all the BT trademarks such as the BT stutter and is very well produced, even if he did use the odd children's toy to generate random sounds. This is arguably BT at his best, his last album was a major let down for me which appeared to be heavily influenced by pop. I'm glad to say that BT is back on track and with an amazing album to show for it.
Mavivasa
Yet again, just when electronic music seems to become more bland and generic comes this. The record sounds amazingly lively and is full of details and pleasant sounds. The amount of genres and influences here is mindblowing. BT's earlier albums have been kind of cheesy, but every single track on this is listenable to the highest degree. It's also noteworthy that track #1 was written entirely in code. For such a beautiful composition, this is hard to believe. This will stand as one of my all-time favourite albums. Favourite tracks: All That Makes Us Human Continues, 1.618, See You On The Other Side

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